Exhibits from Iron Age Anatolia include examples of some of the finest pieces in the British Museum's Anatolian collection, the unique bronzes excavated at the temple at Toprakkale
in the eastern kingdom of Uratu.
damascenus can be presented as follows: Izmir prov.: Bornova, Antalya prov.: Alanya (Demelt and Alkan, 1962; Demelt, 1963); Hatay prov.: Yukari Ekinci village, Kahramanmaras prov.: Pazarcik, Osmaniye prov.: Urun plateau, Karacalar village, Kazmaca village, Cona village, Bocekli village, Toprakkale
(Ozdikmen et al., 2010); Antalya prov.: Akseki-Manavgat road, Konya prov.: Taskent-Alanya road, between Hadim-Bozkir, Taskent: Ilicapinar, Hadim-Alanya road, Sarimut-Karapinar, Bozkir (Turgut and Ozdikmen, 2010); Hakkari prov.: Kolbasi, Mus prov.: Buglan pass, Tunceli prov.: 16 km S of Pulumur (Sama et al., 2012); Karabuk prov.: Eskipazar (Yardibi and Tozlu, 2013).
Noting that the lions and bulls on a shield dedicated by him are closer to eighth-century types than Rusa II's, Seidl explores the thesis that Rusa, son of Erimena, actually preceded Rusa II and might even have been the founder of Rusahinili Qilbanikai (Toprakkale
Among the topics are permanent or seasonal: evidence of settlements in Late Chalcolithic Western Anatolia, weeping figurines: functions and symbolism of some rare mourning records found inside ancient Egyptian tombs, Mesopotamian incense burners from the third and second millennia BC: an archaeological approach, the role of the rosette motif and non-verbal communication as embedded elements of warfare and violence: whether ancient Cyprus is a unique case, and the Toprakkale
Castle at the Arab-Byzantine frontier: textual sources and notes on archaeology.